Calm down, Ken Kensington. You aren't on stage here. There's no need to chew up the scenery.
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Good job K2, encourage Mary to talk about the past! "Let me tell you a story about how my husband took a swan dive off the flat iron building in 1929!" Thank goodness we don't have to hear about it, since seeing the charm of NY is MUCH more important than an actual story!
Mary is a captivating hussy and just what the doctor ordered for 2K. Together, they can rediscover the considerable Charm of Old New York and the simple Joy of Living In The Past."It will be as if the last fifty years never, ever happened!"--Anonymous
Ken's so distraught that the stripes have reappeared on his overcoat... and why is he still wearing his overcoat, anyway?
From face-in-hands anguish in one panel to calm and polite inquisitiveness in the next. No wonder K2 is a Broadway legend.
GETTING old? You're already older than dirt!Mary will help K2 revive his show business career by convincing him to become a department store Santa Claus.
@Thorpnotized, yes, yes! Then he can reenact "Miracle on 34th Street", only in this version Santa WILL be carted off to a locked ward.
Apparently Ken is not so reclusive that he's unwilling to squire a woman he barely knows around the charming highlights of the city.
For those who will be very busy over the next month, I am happy to present the condensed version of this story line:MW-Ken, I'd want you to meet DOSC.KK-OK.DOSC-Ken, would you like to be a volunteer at Promise Maven?KK-OK.DOSC-Ken, I'd like for you to meet Dr. Milton Smith.KK-OK.DMS-Ken, I think I might be able to fix that throat of yours.KK-OK.
I am shocked to learn that Mary is "staying with a friend in Manhattan for A FEW WEEKS" (emphasis mine). Fish and houseguests, Mary!
Meg, your forecast of the next few weeks makes perfect sense. So, of course, Moy will never let that happen!
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